Are you aged between 55 and 65 and interested in shaping the future of digital identity in New Zealand? Would you have half an hour to spare on Thursday 11 October or Friday 12 October 2018 to come and meet with us in Wellington?
We are a design team working across government on solutions to keep customers in the digital space when applying for NZ Super. We are keen to test out our ideas with you. As a thank you for your time and input we will give you a supermarket voucher.
We will need you to come to:
Lightning Lab GovTech
Level 4 of the Credenza Building
40 Taranaki Street, Wellington
We will run through some of the options that we are exploring, hear your opinion and find out what your preferences are.
If you would like to meet with us please send an email to the team at supersmoothID@gmail.com - We will be in touch to arrange a convenient time to come in. Alternatively if you would still like to meet with us but can't attend on either of these days, we would still like to hear from you.
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